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  •  The Liquid Glacial Table and Galaxy SOHO, Beijing have been nominated for the 2013 Designs of the Year Awards. The awards span seven categories and showcase the most innovative and imaginative designs from around the world over the past year. ZHA’s nominated projects will be included in the ‘Designs of the Year’ exhibition at the […]


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  • Richard Meier will be granted the 2011 President’s Award in honor of his significant influence on New York City. The President’s Award is given by the AIA New York Chapter to an architect whose work has made an important impact on New York City. Past recipients include Philip Johnson, I.M. Pei, and Henry Cobb. Richard […]


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The Catalan architect Josep Lluís Mateo, founder of the Mateo Arquitectura practice, presents the new head offices of the PGGM insurance company in the city of Zeist. “The aim of the project is to extend the central offices of Dutch pension fund PGGM, duplicating their current surface area on the site in Zeist, near Utrecht. […]


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How does one restore a derelict house designed by one of the founding fathers of California modernism, updating it into a green, functional home for a young family? This was the challenge facing Culver City-based architect Steven Ehrlich when he purchased a 2-bedroom, 981-square-foot house designed by Rudolf M. Schindler in 1939.  The house, sited […]


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